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4 Properties:

$43,000
TBA East 8th Street Rupert ID 83350
0.72 acres
Building Lots - Rupert, IDMore Detail +
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Pauline Evans , Gateway Real Estate
Almost 3/4 acre building lot on the edge of the small, but growing, town of Rupert. Wonderful opportunity to purchase a large lot in town to build your dream home on. Animals are allowed so you can ...
$230,000
521 W 300 S Heyburn ID 83336
3.06 acres
Single Family w/ Acreage - Heyburn, IDMore Detail +
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Cindy Povlsen , River Bridge Realty
Beautiful one of a kind log home! Huge master bedroom and bath with a walk-in closet. 4 bedrooms, 3 baths with a large office. All newer carpeting through-out the home . Newer vinyl windows. The upsta...
$40,000
1750 N 550 E Rupert ID 83350
40 acres
Agricultural - Rupert, IDMore Detail +
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Jose Lopez-Martinez , Prudential Idaho Homes & Properties
Nice piece of land located north of Rupert ID. Plenty of potential. - Jose L Lopez-Martinez, Voice: 208-420-0722, Silvercreek Realty Group, Main: 208-377-0422, http://www.thealexrealestateteam.com
$2,514,400
700 W 370 S Heyburn ID 83336
62.8 acres
Burley ExchangeMore Detail +
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Matt Mahoney , Lee & Associates Idaho, Inc
Growth area with with commerical development arising in the imediate area. This 62.8 acres has recently been annexed into the City of Burley within the last year (verify with county). The zoning has...

Minidoka County, ID Land Info

Idaho ranks 24th for the size of its agricultural sector. In 2014, the agricultural sector contributed $4.23 billion to the Gem State's economy, or seven percent of overall state GDP (placing it 17th among all U.S. states for income generated through farming and agricultural activities). Some 56 percent of Idaho's annual agricultural production is from livestock products (classified as cattle, poultry, sheep and pigs). The other 44 percent comes from crops. Its popular nickname aside, the Potato State's top three agricultural exports are dairy products, cattle and -- yes -- potatoes. Idaho also accounts for half of all commercially-farmed trout in the United States. Based on data from the 2012 U.S. Census, there were 24,816 farms recorded in the state, covering a total of 11.8 million acres (or the equivalent of 22 percent of the entire state land area).

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